The online shop, Molten Store is my ultimate destination for jewellery/accessory searching - Jessy (from Molten Store) has the most fine eye for beautiful, unique pieces. The store stocks pieces from rad designers like Estelle Deve and Lowluv but my personal favorites are pieces by Isobel Badin and their in-house label, Molten Relic. I love that the pieces have a sense of other worldly mysticism about them. They vary from pieces that exude a gypsy/mystic vibe to psychedelic neon pieces which are kinda retro meets bohemian. BUT the great thing is that Molten Store has set up a Pop up shop on James Street this week! I've gotta say that upfront, the pieces are even more stunning - so much more so that I've been drawn in to the store three times already! Brisbane folk, I'd be quick to check out the store because things are going super quickly and it is only open until the 30th of November! And for everyone else who don't have the good fortune of being here at the moment - check out the online store!
At the moment I feel as If my life would be fulfilled if I could make one of these Isobel Badin bags mine... Here are some better shots of our outfits from the day - contrary to how it appears, the day was full of rain, hail, thunder, lightining and tree branches crashing to the ground - it was a miracle that I could get these shots! Thinking it would be a typical warm Spring day, I wore my fave Antipodium set and Tasfia wore her Gail Sorronda shirt that we've been frothing over for ages - Tasfia finally took the plunge and bought it as a birthday treat to herself last month!
I'm wearing: Antipodium 'Cattitude' print top and skirt, Asos sunglasses and earrings